They finally debated RFK Jr. on vaccines and it did NOT go well for them

They finally debated RFK Jr. on vaccines and it did NOT go well for them. By Darren Beattie.

The Democratic hopeful pushed back against claims that he’s anti-vaccine and said labeling him as such is just a way of “silencing” him.

“I’ve never been anti-vaccine, and I’ve said that hundreds and hundreds of times but it doesn’t matter,” Kennedy told Vargas. “Using a pejorative to describe me is a way of silencing me or marginalizing me.” …

In the above 13-minute clip, RFK Jr. explains that there has never been a double-blind, pre-licensing, placebo-controlled safety test for any of the 70+ vaccines in the childhood vaccine schedule, a fact that was begrudgingly admitted by the HHS after RFK Jr. sued them after a conversation with Dr. Fauci in which he said he would provide RFK with the data.

Furthermore, RFK reveals that the DTP (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis) vaccine increased the death rate of African girls by a factor of ten compared to the unvaccinated control group. While the vaccinated girls did not contract diphtheria, tetanus or pertussis, their immune systems were compromised and they died at elevated rates of other diseases or illnesses like malaria.

Finally, RFK Jr. explained that the UK government does not recommend any of its citizens get the chickenpox vaccine. Why? Because while it may prevent chickenpox, it causes shingles in the longer term, which is a twenty times more deadly disease than chickenpox. …

“Dilbert” comic creator Scott Adams was likewise persuaded by RFK Jr.’s powerful vaccine argument.

“RFK Jr. just flipped the entire audience (and me) on his vaccination stance. That means he can solve his biggest negative. Oh, and he wants the free market to deal with climate change. Because it can. Good luck debating him.” …

The media has a strong disdain for RFK Jr, and it’s mainly because he, like another person they can’t stand — President Trump, speaks directly to the people.

In terms of the vaccine, President Trump hasn’t condemned the COVID vax, but it’s important to remember that he has consistently stood against the mandates which Joe Biden and his Democratic sidekicks authoritatively enforced.